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Pressure mounts on Met Police over Night Stars/rape alarm arrests

The Metropolitan Police seems to be falling into increasingly deeper trouble over its decision to arrest members of an organisation that hands out rape alarms to vulnerable women.

The arrests were made at around 2am on the morning of the coronation, on the grounds that the rape alarms could be set off and thrown at mounted police to frighten their horses.

Over on Beastrabban’s Weblog, This Writer’s brother had this to say about it:

The volunteers, who I’ve heard were giving them away at 2 o’clock in the morning, have explained … that they do it to protect vulnerable women [and] girls on a night out.

This seems to me far more plausible than the Met’s story. I’ll be interested to see what evidence the Met has for this intelligence, assuming we’re allowed to see it and it’s not another fairy tale to allow the cops to clamp down on peaceful protesters and perfectly innocent volunteers in a fit of judicial paranoia.

He also found the Channel 4 News report on the matter, which is about as damning as a fair and balanced report can be:

Source: Met Police Arrest Volunteers Giving Rape Alarms to Vulnerable Women | Beastrabban\’s Weblog


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Anti-Monarchists should quit UK says Leeanderthal, after police target potential rape victims

Despicable: as the person who posted this image stated: “This will be the photo that goes around the world today. A peaceful protester handcuffed and arrested in Britain.”

Where would he send them – Rwanda?

Not happy with the arrests of 52 peaceful protesters, Tory deputy chairman Lee Anderson thinks they should leave the UK of their own accord, presumably so forelock-tugging, kowtowing toadies like him can carry on bullying the rest of us with impunity.

He tweeted: “Not My King? If you do not wish to live in a country that has a monarchy the solution is not to turn up with your silly boards. The solution is to emigrate.”

Anderson’s complaint – essentially that anti-monarchists hate the UK and should therefore leave – is largely nonsense. Anti-monarchists mostly don’t even hate the members of the Royal Family (although there are one or two notable exceptions…).

Meanwhile, of course, we’re learning more about the behaviour of the police – who worked hard to protect the new King from people brandishing magazine covers, wearing t-shirts and holding placards…

… and, in the middle of the night before the coronation, the Metropolitan Police protected the King from a group of people who hand out rape alarms to women walking in Soho in the dark:

The police responded to the outcry the following day – but it is very easy to condemn the spokesperson’s words as nonsense:

It’s not believable, really, is it? The police heard that people being handed rape alarms were going to disrupt the Coronation procession at two o’clock in the morning when it wasn’t even happening, and this would scare their horses that weren’t even there?

There’s no point in checking whether any such intelligence really was received, of course. The Metropolitan Police Service has lost public trust to such a degree that nobody would believe the reality of any documentation it produces.

This Site reported yesterday that Republic’s chief executive, Graham Smith, was arrested before the coronation events began. He has since been released, and had this to say:

According to the BBC,

Scotland Yard said those arrested had been held on suspicion of affray, public order offences, breach of the peace and conspiracy to cause a public nuisance around the Coronation.

No doubt many Monarchists have applauded what they consider to be proportionate police action against dangerous subversives. But here’s an inconvenient truth:

The fear of this is already being instilled – in young people.

The implication is clear: our youngsters are being told that they are not important; their views do not count and if they try to express those views in any way they will be arrested and punished for a criminal offence.

They’re being told to accept their lot as drones working for the elites in Parliament and big business; that they must keep their heads down and do as they’re told.

And if they don’t like it, they can (try to) move to another country.

Would you accept that from your government, your monarchy, your police?

There is a ray of hope; some MPs take an alternative view to that of the Leeanderthal and are demanding an explanation of what happened:

Hopefully this will stimulate a debate.

But under Rishi Sunak’s fetid, corrupt government, do any of you seriously believe any statement we get will be worth the time we’ll have to waste listening to it?


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